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, the schools. the school's like you have two kids, an intercity african-american city in june in second grade id and a white bush suburban kid in second grade, they can be at the same level in june when they graduate. when they come back in september. the white suburban kid gained one month of learning from the experience he had, and the african-american kid lost three months of learning. they are now four months apart in september, and the teachers, again, have different burdens; right? it's not they are getting a bad education. it's that the issues that those teachers teach are very different than the white suburban teachers face; right? that kid is ahead of what the teacher's going to teach them. this kid's three months behind, has to do second grade stuff all over again while trying to get third grade stuff. you see how it's a different challenge. what we're talking about is outside the school. i did not find in the research and through all the years of meeting that the problem was actually what you were insip waiting there, they got the wrong message in the school. it's what happens when
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